To innerstand what a birthday is really about, you need to study the legal definitions of the word birth and use the art of homophone to find other words related to the word birth. Furthermore, you need to study the occult (hidden) meanings of the birth certificate. After doing these things, you should come to the conclusion that a birthday is an event for celebrating the birth of a corpse, a dead baby or a still-born child.
Here is an excerpt from an article I wrote titled The Law and You: How the Birth Certificate is Used to Take Away Your Natural Rights that explains why a birth certificate is a death certificate:
In my book titled Word Magic: The Powers & Occult Definitions of Words, I said that a birth certificate is actually a death certificate. Bill confirms this by saying that the Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Relationships Registration Act 1995 defines the word birth using these exact words: “includes a still-birth”. Here is a screenshot of the interpretation section of that registration act:
In the legal system, when the word include is used in an interpretation or definition, it excludes everything else that is not in that interpretation or definition. In other words, the phrase “includes a still-birth” means that it only includes a still-birth and nothing else. The “product” of a still-birth is a still-born child, which is a child incapable of living or dead. Therefore, the hidden meaning of a birth certificate is a certificate of a dead child or a death certificate.
By agreeing to sign a birth certificate/death certificate, your parents have agreed to turn you into a still-born child/dead child. A dead child does not have natural rights and cannot own property. This is why the government can take away your property and punish you for not paying taxes.
The Occult Meanings of the Words Birth, Ship and Vessel
Phonetically, the word birth sounds almost the same as the word berth. As a noun, the word berth is defined as “a shelflike sleeping space, as on a ship, airplane, or railroad car” or “the space allotted to a vessel at anchor or at a wharf”. As a verb, the word berth is defined as “to allot to (a vessel) a certain space at which to anchor or tie up” or “to bring to or install in a berth, anchorage, or moorage”.
Two words you need to pay attention to in the previous paragraph are ship and vessel. The word ship is defined as “a vessel, especially a large oceangoing one propelled by sails or engines”. As for the word vessel, it is defined as “a craft for traveling on water, now usually one larger than an ordinary rowboat; a ship or boat” or “a person regarded as a holder or receiver of something, especially something non material”.
Phonetically, the word vessel sounds almost exactly like the word vassal, which is defined as “(in the feudal system) a person granted the use of land, in return for rendering homage, fealty, and usually military service or its equivalent to a lord or other superior; feudal tenant” or “a servant or slave“.
The previous paragraph is an example of how the art of homophone is used to trick you to agree to be something you are not. This art of using words to trick you to do something is known as word magic. To learn more about word magic, read this informative and empowering article about words and magic spells.
To connect the dots, you are the ship/vessel/vassal that has been turned into a slave using the birth/berth certificate, which is a certificate of manifest used by the doctor to record the date of your birth/berth. To berth a ship/vessel is to secure it inside a dock. Phonetically, the word dock sounds like the word doc, which is the informal version of the word doctor. Hence, the word doctor/doc. The doctor’s job is to deliver the baby (ship/vessel) onto the dock/doc. This is why the room for birthing babies is called a delivery room ….
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